Tour Tech Filament Wound Graphite Wood Shafts

Tour Tech Filament Wound Graphite Wood Shafts

R Flex 46" - .335 tip (52g) 3B2M
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S Flex 46" - .335 tip (53g) 4B2M
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1-3 $19.50
4+ $17.50
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Tour Tech Filament Wound Graphite Wood Shafts

  • Super lightweight, filament wound shafts whose stiffness and weight distributions are designed to produce mid to high trajectories without excessive spin.
  • Torque distribution is carefully designed and controlled to optimize launch, spin and feel.
  • 100% inspected to insure 360* consistency.

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Tour Tech Filament Wound Graphite Wood Shafts is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 2.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good choice for oem replacement I set this up with a Callaway adaptor and have used it several times very stable easy to load shaft. I have 98mph swing speed and the dispersion of this shaft is very tight not missing fairways any more.
Date published: 2017-10-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from good shaft great flex for my swing around 90 and the weight is great for me and you can not beat the price
Date published: 2016-08-07
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I have an RBZ Taylormade driver head and require a shaft but don't know the tip size. My club speed is about 90 mph (with the wind at my back) because I am old and unskilled.  All my present clubs have stiff shafts (from my younger days).

Asked by: Donnymac
The RBZ Taylor Made driver uses a .350" tip diameter shaft. However you could install the Tour Tech .335" tip diameter shaft if you also purchased an new adaptor for The RBZ that accepts a .335" tip diameter shaft. The TM0017 adaptor would be the adaptor you would need to fit this shaft.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2015-08-19

I have a Taylormade Burner 5 wood with a stiff shaft. I need a senior shaft. Will the Tour Tech fit this club.

Asked by: DonO
The Taylor Made Burner would use a .350" tip diameter shaft. The Tour Tech is a .335" tip diameter shaft. You can use the Taylor Made Adaptor ferrule BB9008 which will shim the hosel bore size down to .335" so you could install the Tour Tech shaft.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-02-25

My son has tour tech 55w A shaft on his driver. He hits it fairly well but when he hit ladies shaft in simulator seem to hit 20 yes longer. What would be my best choice to upgrade from the shaft he is playing? I don't know much about tour tech . 

Asked by: Cwmgr
The Tour Tech shaft is one of our GolfWorks line of shafts but unfortunately we do not offer it in a Ladies flex. A Ladies flex shaft that could work well would be the UST dhi Driver shaft (US0082)
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2015-08-04

I have always used a high flex point firm tip x stiff shaft, now I am almost 60 and have lost 100 - 175 yards off my drives, I am lucky to hammer (*dsp) a 250 yard drive. I need to get more clubhead speed with a whippier shaft, any suggestions?

Asked by: Fredneck_56
The best suggestion we would have is to go lighter in shaft weight and more flexible. You want to try to use the lightest, most flexible shaft, in the longest playing length, that you can control. that is really all you can do with regards to the shaft to try and improve distance. It is difficult to know how much more flexible to tell you to go without seeing you hit a driver. It mostly depends on what yout driver clubhead speed is. As a general guide, if you clubhead speed is between 93 mph and 107 mph, a stiff flex could work. If it is between 77 and 93 mph, a regular flex might be the best choice. As far as weight, there are many lightweight and ultralight weight choices. Generally 50 - 65 gram shafts are the most popular. We would advise to look at shafts that meet your trajedctory requirements in those weight ranges (high, mid, low).
Answered by: GW2002
Date published: 2015-07-28

I would like to re-shaft my Cobra Bio Cell driver with the Tour Tech R Flex 46" 52g 3B2M.  Will it fit?.  Should I have you prep it?

Asked by: Scooter Hound
Yes the Tour Tech shaft will fit the Cobra Bio Cell driver. We can prep the shaft for you just request it with your order.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2015-07-14

I want to lower my ball trajectory, what reg flex shaft might help me? I am told the a "High Kick point" shaft might help. I am playing a burner 9.5 degree reg. flex driver now, no idea on the kick point.

Asked by: HerkyJohn
To lower your ball trajectory you would want to choose a shaft with a high bend point and firm tip section. Follow our MPF shaft code of 3B1M to find shaft options to fit you. Please contact our customer service department for more information or assistance.
Answered by: Kevin F
Date published: 2015-03-20

I am looking for a graphite shaft that is comparable to Matrix Studio 6.1 with A-Flex or R-flex.

Asked by: wdcarter
We do not have the specifications of the Matrix Studio 6.1 in our data base. We do have a Studio 64, but not a Studio 6.1. If it is the Studio 64, we could review the specs and possibly give you some alternatives.
Answered by: GW2002
Date published: 2015-03-09

Will this shaft fit my ping g15 driver head

Asked by: handle
The Ping G15 driver used a .350" tip diameter, This shaft is a .335" tip diameter. You can install this shaft using the BB9048 adaptor for the .335" size. It will shim the space and keep the shaft center in the hosel.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2015-01-06
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